Found December 11, 2011 on Kukla's Korner:
from, This week, I looked into how hockey is taking over our sporting world in Canada. In Canada, NHL hockey is broadcasted every Saturday night on CBC’s, Hockey Night in Canada starring the man everyone loves to hate, Don Cherry. On a similar note, it is a little disconcerting that when the CBC asked Canadians to vote on the greatest Canadian, Mr. Cherry was a frontrunner. Although I do find he knows his hockey inside and out, and I appreciate his support of the Canadian forces- does he really deserve to be up there with Frederick Banting and Terry Fox? CBC also carries many international hockey tournaments, and major games like those of the 1972 Summit Series or the 2002 Winter Olympics that received some of the highest ratings in Canadian television history. Hockey Night in Canada, or HNIC, is by far CBC’s most profitable show and supports many of the corporation’s other ventures. HNIC broke its own NHL playoff viewership record during Game 1 of the 2011 Stanley C...

That awkward moment when Don Cherry may be right about something

Don Cherry, for the first time ever, may be right about something. Key words "may be." On Saturday's coaches corner Cherry said Crosby should be more worried about scoring than what he calls " looking for trouble."   Forward to the five minute mark: While the term " looking for trouble," is a little bizarre, maybe Cherry is...

Canucks vs. Senators Blog: Love’ Em & Hate’ Em

Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the Ottawa Senators. Other than Don Cherry calling out Ron McLean out for hating Alex Burrows this game looked great after 20 minutes. Then it fizzled out. Ryan Kesler was front and centre in this game with two goals. Nick Foligno and Chris Neil did their best Bruins imitation.

Coach’s Corner Tonight

Don Cherry and Ron MacLean touch on numerous topics and Don won’t forget about the love Ron shows towards Alex Burrows.
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